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Salvatore Marras's Biography

Salvatore Marras, Assistant Professor, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey

Dr. Marras has an undergraduate degree in biotechnology, and received his doctoral degree from the University of Leiden in The Netherlands. His dissertation research focused on the development of molecular beacon probes for the detection of nucleic acids. He is the author of numerous publications that describe the properties and applications of fluorescent hybridization probes. He also serves as a consultant to biotechnology companies on the design of novel fluorophores, nonfluorescent quenchers, real-time nucleic acid amplification assays, and spectrofluorometric thermal cyclers.

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Self-Reporting Microarray Platforms that Use Molecular Beacon Probes

Wednesday, 26 September 2012 at 11:15

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Molecular beacon probes, which generate a fluorescence signal only when they bind to their target, enable the development of self-reporting DNA microarrays.  This presentation will show how unlabelled nucleic acids can be detected using arrayed molecular beacons.

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